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W[m]ILD HORSES

Established in 1982, through cooperation with the Naval Weapons Station and Death Valley National Park, The Wild Horse & Burro Corrals in Ridgecrest, CA are designed to support wild horse and burro management activities throughout the three state region of […]

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PLANT 42 / MOJAVE SPACE PORT

The strange craft of the Antelope Valley & Mojave, CA        

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SKY VILLAGE SWAP MEET

Located where the former Sky Drive-in Theater once stood in Yucca Valley, this funky desert treasure is a dense shanty-like town of booths and stands packed with curios, desert junk, overgrown cactus gardens, crazy artistic displays and a folk art […]

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GIVE & TAKE

South of the town of Olancha, CA, and down a small dirt road off Highway 395, one can find an incredible sculpture garden by artist Jael Hoffmann.    

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DESERT BUDDHA

It’s not a mirage, it’s one monks $15 million vision to build a meditation center in the middle of the desert, which includes one of the tallest Buddhist statues in the country.    

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FAUX IRAQ: THE BOX

A tour through the simulated battlefields of the U.S. Army National Training Center at Ft. Irwin.      

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ARTIST’S DRIVE & GOLDEN CANYON: DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK

Two very colorful spots along Death Valley’s Eastern border.      

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BADWATER BASIN & DEVILS GOLF COURSE: DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK

The lowest point in North America and a golf course that only a devil could love.          

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DEATH VALLEY RANCH: DVNP

Better known as Scotty’s Castle, although it was neither a castle nor Scotty’s.        

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ZZYZX MINERAL SPRINGS

A former utopian healing center, created by a huckster and built by derelicts.      

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